In our roles with the National Liturgy Office Catherine Gibbs and I are co-ordinating a Good Friday online liturgy with people throughout New Zealand leading us in prayer.
And so the church that once stood strong and militant marching in step has been brought to its knees. And in this humility we find ourselves where Christ needs us not standing proud, but humbly kneeling.
Our adult life of faith, actively seeking maturity in following Christ, demands as a first step the reawakening of a desire to be fully and authentically human.
This week In every diocese of the world bishops will call together the people and priests of the diocese to celebrate the Chrism Mass. Traditionally this Mass has been...
I’m in Auckland this week offering sessions for anyone who is interested. I hope to see you. Share the word and bring a friend.
The discipline of daily writing keeps me alert to the presence and action of Jesus in my life every day.
If the Magi had settled for seeking creature comforts, they would never have encountered the Lord.
A faith that is deeply rooted in friendship with Christ is adult and mature. It is this friendship that opens us up to all that is good
a podcast conversation between Siân Owen RSJ, Merv Duffy SM & John O’Connor